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Graham Hancock Breaks the Set on TED Censorship, Lost Civilizations & War on Consciousness Hancock is interviewed on Russia Today by Abby Martin. The interview covers Ancient civilizations such as Atlantis, maps much older than those known to modern archeologists, censorship of Hancock’s Whitechapel TEDtalk (and Rupert Sheldrake’s), the great mystery of consciousness, which can […]

Nick Hanauer on Sam Seder’s Majority Report, talking about his banned Ted Talk. Essentially an audio with Sam Seder on video talking into a microphone to Nick Hanauer whose picture appears on the screen. Hanauer is a smart rich guy with a considerable amount of humbleness. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

Millionaire Nick Hanauer’s banned Ted Talk, “Rich People Don’t Create Jobs.” Short, to the point, interesting, from a guy who’s made a lot of dough and offers an honest assessment. Why would TED want to suppress such good information? Be sure to check out more banned TED Talks from Graham Hancock and Rupert Sheldrake. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

Graham Hancock talks with Michael C. Ruppert on the Lifeboat Hour radio show about his banned Ted Talk. This is audio only—no video. Apparently the culprit in the Talk was ayahuasca. If you’re scratching your head, think DMT, Terence McKenna, drugs. This piece is just as fascinating as the original TED Talk. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

Graham Hancock’s banned Ted Talk, The War on Consciousness. I can see why folks who want to keep a tight rein on things wouldn’t want to let this brilliant piece of work by Graham Hancock go unfettered. Hancock is a genius and this is not the first time in history that the dull and powerful […]

I’ve recently been revisiting self-hypnosis as a means to enhance my life experience. I found this banned self hypnosis video that combines visual and audio to provide an ambiance for relaxation and calming that is hard to beat. Whoever banned the video, I don’t know. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

We’re thinking about doing a series of banned TED Talks, since at least two of my favorite renegade science types, Rupert Sheldrake and Graham Hancock, have had their Talks banned. Here Sheldrake takes on The Science Delusion, a most stimulating talk about the bureaucracy and the limitations of science which must have rattled some of […]